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Co-Parenting: A Primary Focus of this Blog
As a family law attorney, divorced mother of one, married stepmother of one and mother of whom I will lovingly call the “linking child” (i.e. the child of a second marriage where one or both spouses have children from a prior marriage),read more
CHILD SUPPORT: A NEW SPOUSE’S INCOME AS PART OF THE CALCULATION
It is a common scenario in my office. Client, who has children from a previous marriage, and his fiancé come in to “just cover their bases.”
Child Custody: Legal Custody and Physical Custody
There is a big difference between the two categories of child custody. All final decrees involving child custody must address both legal and physical custody. It is important to understand the difference and the impact one small word can have.
Coparenting Etiquette: Telephone Contact
Most parenting plans and nevada custody orders include a provision regarding the frequency of phone contact between parent and child during the other parent's custodial time. Typical provisions range from a mandated call once a day to unrestricted telephone access.
Try to come to an agreement with your spouse about alimony and child support, at least temporarily.
When preparing for separation and divorce, divide up your bank accounts.
When going through a divorce, don't forget to take care of yourself.